Long Island, NY (PressExposure) August 17, 2009 -- Sunflower Center along with the Shostakovich Cultural Program will host the First Russian Golden Autumn Festival with a special cultural celebration for all families on September 13, 2009 from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and will take place inside the Centerâs spacious facility.
The community is encouraged to participate in this collective celebration in honor of the Russian culture where everyone can enjoy art and entertainment and some exquisite Russian delicacies. Special performances are planned which include the folk dance group Golden Roosters, the folk singing group Barynya and a circus performance, part of the interactive childrenâs program.
Sunflower Centerâs ambition in creating a Russian influenced Autumn Festival reflects the passion for enrichment and the arts within the community. The center empowers children and adults to move forward in their learning and motivates them to aspire in becoming successful individuals who are not afraid of reaching their goals. Sunflower offers a nurturing and loving environment aiming to provide children with the resources to learn, evolve, socialize and mature into productive individuals. The center enhances the skills necessary for success and personal growth and aims to enrich childhood.
As mentioned, not only can children benefit from these programs but adults are also given the opportunity to excel in their skills and expand their knowledge in order to advance in todayâs society. Marina Terentieva, President of Sunflower Center says âI am eager to show the Long Island community the best in Russian culture, entertainment and food, through the expansion and creation of a social event that can appeal to both children and adults, and where families can come together to enjoy some quality time with each other. We hope to make this event one that is loved and expected annually.â
The festival is another way in which the community can come together learn and share from one another as well as be able to sow seeds in their children to flourish and always maintain Russian culture alive from generation to generation.
For more information please contact:
Irina Shmeleva, via3pr,